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. >> in the extraordinarily close race, romney strategists dismiss any threat from two other little known candidates. libertarian candidate gary johnson, former governor of new mexico, barry registers in polls but could take votes from both candidates in colorado. in virginia, virgil gould, a republican and democrat and now third party candidate. getting out the vote takes priority now. in the final week of october, romney spent $11 million to run 17,000 ads. the obama camp dropped $24 million on twice that. nearly 36,000 commercials, according to the campaign media analysis group. >> as of 7:00 tonight, the romney cam main moved to the final 96-hour push. they will visit seven states, handful more than once. pull near all-nighters in order to get the finish line 7:00 tuesday night when the first polls close across the country. >> bret: carl cameron traveling with the romney campaign. the aftermath of hurricane sandy now includes the cancellation of the new york city marathon. public outcry over the city's refusal to cancel the race in wake of hurricane convinced the authorities to reverse course an
the romney evideneffort and how it transpid today? holding this evident to raise both funds and food stuff, and kind of, you know, talk about giving and how that played today? >> what else do you do? >> bret: right. >> a moment fraught with peril for the challenger particularly. you don't want to be accused and the press is a hair trigger when it comes to accusing romney of misusing the moment. >> bret: then he did today. >> of course, but you don't want to be accused. that is fair or unfair. >> every day i wake up for two weeks and say maybe it's frozen in stone. maybe the race is already decided. i don't know the outcome but the people who don't know who they are going to vote for and/or going to vote could if it in this room and not touch each other. it's possible that none of this matters. >> bret: yeah. if the race is frozen, you look at how many states say the early vote, chuck, has been overwhelming. some report says 40% of the state early vote. >> i don't know if it's true that we four are the remaining people to decide. tucker is probably right. you could fit the undecided people
the race in place. there is less enthusiasm for obama this time for sure. romney has more than mccain had in 2008. >> bret: then in north carolina, what about the machine on both sides? >> we have had 1.4 million early voters. the obama organization never closed up shot from 2008. critical in north carolina. one thing that makes north carolina interesting is that it has the largest african-american population of any of the battleground states. >> bret: last word, craig. machine in wisconsin? >> yeah, well, wisconsin is the highest turn-out state of the battlegrounds and it's very organized, engaged mobilized state as we have been watching in the last two years. i think both sides know how to maximize their vote. it will be a test for democrats, because clearly people are not as energized as they were four years ago. but i think we're going to see a sky high turn-out. it will remind people of 2004, which is a very close election. >> bret: you want to make predictions for your states? okay. crickets chirping here. okay. rob, joe, craig, thank you very much. we really enjoyed the panels. tha
221. 180 in romney, 26 lean romney for 206. this will be a close election. it will center on the nine states with 111 electoral college votes. a path for the victory for both candidates there. if you have the momentum, we saw the poll over the weekend in ohio. the showing of the newspaper association poll showing a dead even race in ohio. five points for obama. when they last tested here a number of weeks ago. shows momentum on romney side. the question is does he have momentum to push him perhaps 270. >> bret: quick answer of impact of the storm, hurricane sandy and what it means for the race? >> could it mean -- i think it's freezing the race. it's hard for either romney or obama to break through with new, with some new initiative while everybody is focused on sandy. i don't think it affects the turnout. >> bret: karl? >> it could effect turn-out. people affected by this; particularly, people unable to cope with it might be less likely to turn out. let's see when the storm hits. when it passes. if people can put themselves back together. the other thing is it will push the campaigni
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